Today’s tutorial looks at the Refine Edge feature in Photoshop, and how it can drastically improve your selections that contain hair and/or fur.
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Color Range: If you’re looking to select all or most of a single color in your image, Color Range will help you do that. It lets you automatically target pure colors, or sample specific colors using the eye dropper. To add to your sample, hold down shift. To subtract, hold down Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac). Pressing OK will create the selection.
Refine Edge: When you initially create a selection, it’s likely to be very sharp around the edges, and likely won’t contain hair or fur. Refine Edge will allow you to not only soften out those edges, but you’ll be able to use Smart Radius to grab hair and fur which may not have been selected.
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